BRYAN GLICK, D.O., M.B.S.
Dr. Bryan Glick is the owner and the practicing physician of n1Health of Scottsdale. He has built his practice on the core belief that his patients deserve his full attention without restrictions and with no excuses. To practice medicine in this manner, he founded Health Quest Family Medicine, a private family practice in Anthem, and acquired n1Health of Scottsdale, formerly known as Grayhawk Personal Physicians, a retainer medicine practice in Scottsdale. Dr. Glick’s methods seem an innovative way of practicing medicine these days, but it’s really an old-fashioned notion, going back to a time when patients and doctors had a real relationship, without the interference and restrictions of insurance companies.
Dr. Glick received his undergraduate degree at UCLA in Marine Biology. Dr. Glick graduated from the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency program locally at Banner Good Samaritan in family medicine with glowing reviews. He also has a master’s degree in biomedical sciences, and published two articles based on this research.
Dr. Glick was nominated by the Arizona Academy of Family Physicians for the Walter Brazie Fellowship Award as the outstanding second-year family medicine resident in Arizona. He is also a featured speaker for the American Academy of Private Physicians. Dr. Glick is constantly researching new methods of diagnosis and treatment for his patients, including the advanced heart attack and stroke prevention program he offers patients.
Dr. Glick’s patients can rest assured his style is suited to their needs and at their convenience, not to his schedule or the mandates of the insurance companies.
As a doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO), Dr. Glick is trained as a primary care physician and to treat the whole person instead of just specific symptoms or illnesses. The focus for osteopathic physicians is preventive health care and provides for extra training in the musculoskeletal system, your body’s system of nerves, muscles and bones that make up two-thirds of your body mass. The extra training in this area gives Dr. Glick a better understanding of how an illness or injury in one part of the body can affect another. In addition, osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) is incorporated into the training and practice of osteopathic physicians. With OMT, osteopathic physicians use their hands to diagnose illness and injury and to encourage your body’s natural tendency toward good health. By combining all other available medical options with OMT, DOs offer their patients the most comprehensive care available in medicine today.